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[[SugarWiki/SweetDreamsFuel It is also made of the cotton candy from your childhood]], and began a small subseries of ''Pokémon'' games geared for small children that involve Pikachu running around acting all cute: it was succeeded by ''VideoGame/PokemonChannel'', ''VideoGame/PokeParkWii'', and eventually ''VideoGame/PokemonLetsGoPikachuAndLetsGoEevee''.

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[[SugarWiki/SweetDreamsFuel It is also made of the cotton candy from your childhood]], and began a small subseries of ''Pokémon'' games geared for small children that involve Pikachu running around acting all cute: it was succeeded by ''VideoGame/PokemonChannel'', ''VideoGame/PokeParkWii'', and eventually ''VideoGame/PokemonLetsGoPikachuAndLetsGoEevee''.
''VideoGame/PokeParkWii''.


[[SugarWiki/SweetDreamsFuel It is also made of the cotton candy from your childhood]], and began a small subseries of ''Pokémon'' games geared for small children that involve Pikachu running around acting all cute: it was succeeded by ''VideoGame/PokemonChannel'', ''VideoGame/PokeParkWii'', and eventually ''VideoGame/PokemonLetsGoPikachuLetsGoEevee.

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[[SugarWiki/SweetDreamsFuel It is also made of the cotton candy from your childhood]], and began a small subseries of ''Pokémon'' games geared for small children that involve Pikachu running around acting all cute: it was succeeded by ''VideoGame/PokemonChannel'', ''VideoGame/PokeParkWii'', and eventually ''VideoGame/PokemonLetsGoPikachuLetsGoEevee.
''VideoGame/PokemonLetsGoPikachuAndLetsGoEevee''.


[[SugarWiki/SweetDreamsFuel It is also made of the cotton candy from your childhood]], and began a small subseries of ''Pokémon'' games geared for small children that involve Pikachu running around acting all cute: it was succeeded by ''VideoGame/PokemonChannel'' and ''VideoGame/PokeParkWii''.

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[[SugarWiki/SweetDreamsFuel It is also made of the cotton candy from your childhood]], and began a small subseries of ''Pokémon'' games geared for small children that involve Pikachu running around acting all cute: it was succeeded by ''VideoGame/PokemonChannel'' ''VideoGame/PokemonChannel'', ''VideoGame/PokeParkWii'', and ''VideoGame/PokeParkWii''.
eventually ''VideoGame/PokemonLetsGoPikachuLetsGoEevee.


A virtual pet Franchise/{{Pokemon}} game for the UsefulNotes/Nintendo64 where you befriend a wild Pikachu. Using Professor Oak's new human-to-Pokémon translation device, the Poké Helper, you guide Pikachu as he goes on adventures and plays with his Pokémon friends. Most of the game play consists of saying short phrases to Pikachu via a microphone.

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A virtual pet Franchise/{{Pokemon}} game for the UsefulNotes/Nintendo64 where you [[PetBabyWildAnimal befriend a wild Pikachu.Pikachu]]. Using Professor Oak's new human-to-Pokémon translation device, the Poké Helper, you guide Pikachu as he goes on adventures and plays with his Pokémon friends. Most of the game play consists of saying short phrases to Pikachu via a microphone.


* LoyalAnimalCompanion

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* ContinuityNod:
** Ash's outfit from the animé can be found hanging on a coat rack in the bedroom. Pikachu uses the hat to cover his eyes in Piñata Party.
** The player's mother looks just like Ash's mom, Delia.
** Who's That Pokémon is a MiniGame that can be played in the bedroom.
** [[spoiler:The ending appears to be a {{homage}} to the animé episode "[[Recap/PokemonS1E39PikachusGoodbye Pikachu's Goodbye]]"]]


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* MythologyGag:
** Ash's outfit from the animé can be found hanging on a coat rack in the bedroom. Pikachu uses the hat to cover his eyes in Piñata Party.
** The player's mother looks just like Ash's mom, Delia.
** Who's That Pokémon is a MiniGame that can be played in the bedroom.
** [[spoiler:The ending appears to be a {{homage}} to the animé episode "[[Recap/PokemonS1E39PikachusGoodbye Pikachu's Goodbye]]"]]


* DumbBlonde: A non-human example but he is yellow and he does need the user's help to do pretty much anything.


* BananaPeel: Pikachu can slip on these in the pinata game (or anytime he's careless after eating a banana).

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* BananaPeel: Pikachu can slip on these in the pinata game (or Piñata Party, or anytime he's careless after eating a banana).banana.



* ContinuityNod: Ash's outfit from the animé can be found hanging on a coat rack in the bedroom. Pikachu uses the hat to cover his eyes in Pinata Party.

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* ContinuityNod: ContinuityNod:
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Ash's outfit from the animé can be found hanging on a coat rack in the bedroom. Pikachu uses the hat to cover his eyes in Pinata Piñata Party.



** Who's That Pokémon, also from the animé, is a MiniGame that can be played in the bedroom.

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** Who's That Pokémon, also from the animé, Pokémon is a MiniGame that can be played in the bedroom.



* CulturalTranslation: The cupcake that Pikachu steals from you was originally an onigiri.
** Also, the piñata game was originally a watermelon-splitting game with similar rules called [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suikawari suikawari]].

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* CulturalTranslation: CulturalTranslation:
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The cupcake that Pikachu steals from you was originally an onigiri.
** Also, the piñata game Piñata Party was originally a watermelon-splitting game with similar rules called [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suikawari suikawari]].



** Also, some of the Pokémon names are pronounced a bit... oddly.



* NintendoHard: The pinata game is ''extremely'' hard to win, especially the variation that has multiple rounds.

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* NintendoHard: The pinata piñata game is ''extremely'' hard to win, especially the variation that has multiple rounds.



** And Togepi!
** And Caterpie!
** And Charmander!
** And ''[[OverlyLongGag everyone!]]''



** Also, there's a graphics glitch where you can make it look like a sword is going through Pikachu.

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** Also, there's There's a graphics glitch where you can make it look like a sword is going through Pikachu.


[[SweetDreamsFuel It is also made of the cotton candy from your childhood]], and began a small subseries of ''Pokémon'' games geared for small children that involve Pikachu running around acting all cute: it was succeeded by ''VideoGame/PokemonChannel'' and ''VideoGame/PokeParkWii''.

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[[SweetDreamsFuel [[SugarWiki/SweetDreamsFuel It is also made of the cotton candy from your childhood]], and began a small subseries of ''Pokémon'' games geared for small children that involve Pikachu running around acting all cute: it was succeeded by ''VideoGame/PokemonChannel'' and ''VideoGame/PokeParkWii''.


* ABoyAndHisX

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* %%* ABoyAndHisX



* ConsoleCameo: A Nintendo 64 can be found in the bedroom.

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* ConsoleCameo: ConsoleCameo:
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A Nintendo 64 can be found in the bedroom.


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[[caption-width-right:250:Where are we off to today, Pikachu?]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:Where
are we off to today, Pikachu?]]


* OddlyNamedSequel2ElectricBoogaloo: The game's title; it was the only game in the franchise without the prefix "Poké" in its name until ''VideoGame/PokkenTournament'' in 2015[[note]]technically cheating there because all it does is add another k[[/note]] and ''VideoGame/DetectivePikachu'' in 2016/2018.

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* OddlyNamedSequel2ElectricBoogaloo: The game's title; it was the only game in the franchise without the prefix "Poké" in its name until ''VideoGame/PokkenTournament'' in 2015[[note]]technically ''VideoGame/PokkenTournament''[[note]]technically cheating there because all it does is add another k[[/note]] and ''VideoGame/DetectivePikachu'' in 2016/2018.''VideoGame/DetectivePikachu''.


* OddlyNamedSequel2ElectricBoogaloo: The game's title; it's the only game in the franchise without the prefix "Poké" in its name.

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* OddlyNamedSequel2ElectricBoogaloo: The game's title; it's it was the only game in the franchise without the prefix "Poké" in its name.name until ''VideoGame/PokkenTournament'' in 2015[[note]]technically cheating there because all it does is add another k[[/note]] and ''VideoGame/DetectivePikachu'' in 2016/2018.



* RegionalBonus: Popcorn is only obtainable in the US version. This is because the Japanese version has eggplants instead of corn.

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* RegionalBonus: Popcorn is only obtainable in the US U.S. version. This is because the Japanese version has eggplants instead of corn.


* ExcitedShowTitle

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* ExcitedShowTitleExcitedShowTitle: The title has an exclamation point at the end.



* NoNameGiven: The user is only ever spoken to in second person.

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* NoNameGiven: NoNameGiven:
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The user is only ever spoken to in second person.


A virtual pet Franchise/{{Pokemon}} game for the {{Nintendo 64}} where you befriend a wild Pikachu. Using Professor Oak's new human-to-Pokémon translation device, the Poké Helper, you guide Pikachu as he goes on adventures and plays with his Pokémon friends. Most of the game play consists of saying short phrases to Pikachu via a microphone.

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A virtual pet Franchise/{{Pokemon}} game for the {{Nintendo 64}} UsefulNotes/Nintendo64 where you befriend a wild Pikachu. Using Professor Oak's new human-to-Pokémon translation device, the Poké Helper, you guide Pikachu as he goes on adventures and plays with his Pokémon friends. Most of the game play consists of saying short phrases to Pikachu via a microphone.



** In the Japanese version, it seems to be able to use [[SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem Super Famicom]] cartridges.

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** In the Japanese version, it seems to be able to use [[SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem [[UsefulNotes/SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem Super Famicom]] cartridges.

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